24 February 1882|
|Died||27 December 1972
|Occupation||actor, scenographer, writer director of the theatre|
He maturated in Budapest, then moved to Munich where he learnt architecture. His first theatricalperformance was in 1905 at Thália Theatre. He was the member of the National Theatre between 1906 and 1935. He worked as a chief director in Kolozsvár (today Cluj-Napoca, Romania) in the theatre year 1908-1909. Between 1916 and 1923 he taught at Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest. During the next year he played at National Theatre of Pécs. Then he moved back to the capital, and was a professor at the Hungarian University of Arts and Design from 1927 to 1930. In the following year he was the director of National Theatre of Szeged. He came back to the stages in 1953 when he played two years at Kisfaludy Károly Theatre and one year at József Attila Theatre.
- White Nights (1916)
- Tales of the Typewriter (1916)
- The Minister's Friend (1939)
- Gül Baba (1940)
- One Night in Transylvania (1941)
- People of the Mountains (1942)
- Dr. Kovács István (1942)
- I Am Guilty (1942)
- Bajtársak (1942)
- Majális (1943)
- Kulik, Karol. Alexander Korda: The Man Who Could Work Miracles. Virgin Books, 1990.
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